Ghosts of VR past: Remembering Google Daydream and Samsung Gear VR
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Google's Daydream View. We had fun times.

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December 2014, I pulled CNET's TV editor, David Katzmaier, into a conference room to show him a black plastic pair of goggles fitted over a Samsung phone. I seated him in a comfy swivel chair. I wanted to see what he thought of what I was about to show him, from a display perspective.

A few 3D 360-degree videos and virtual aquariums later, Agen Poker Online he was impressed as I was. I don't think anything wowed me more than those early Samsung Gear VR experiences. They were powered by a phone, they could be taken anywhere and they just worked.

Nearly five years later, no one's putting phones into VR goggles anymore. Google's killing off Daydream, its own mobile phone-connected VR platform.